Transcript for How to make the Mojito restaurant’s Cuban sandwich
Time for our "Open for business" series. Lara, you're taking us to a great restaurant in Seattle. I sure am, George. We're highlighting the restaurants as you say. They're across the country. Yesterday we did Willie Mae's scotch house in New Orleans and showed us how to whip up our favorite Mac and cheese and top story on our website. We're heading to mojito in Seattle to learn how to make their Cuban sandwich. Ooh, you got to take a look. Hey, welcome to mojito. Reporter: American owned mojito tantalizing taste buds with its flair in Seattle, Washington, for 20 years. It's more than a typical restaurant. It's a place where like you're family. Reporter: Now with the pandemic they lost about 80% of their business including catering orders which they relied on the most. I'm trying to maintain my payroll and pay rent and just supplies. Reporter: But that hasn't stopped mow hot to from donating free meals to those who need the most. All the recovery centers, king county housing authority, ymca, you know, we've been providing 460 Mees a week for them. Reporter: Currently open seven days a week for curbside pickup and delivery they can still get the Cuban sandwich. He starts with these ingredients and, oh, fresh Orange juice. Next, the pork legs head to the oven for five hours slow roasting at 350 degrees then it's time to assemble the sandwich. Fresh onions. We put a nice generous mayo, mustard, pickles, sliced ham, Swiss cheese, generous portion of pork. This is the best part. Mojito Cuban sandwich made with a lot of love. That's it. All right. So if you're in the Seattle area you have to check mojito thought. They do curbside pickup. They'll do delivery. You go to Uber eats, grubhub and can you get that delicious recipe on our website, goodmorningamerica.com. We thank you, mojito and wish you the best of luck.
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